International entrepreneurs: how do entrepreneurs learn to operate internationally?

Anderson, V. 2001. International entrepreneurs: how do entrepreneurs learn to operate internationally? Conference of International Entrepreneurship, University of Central England and Frederico II University. Naples, Italy 21-24 Jun 2001

TitleInternational entrepreneurs: how do entrepreneurs learn to operate internationally?
AuthorsAnderson, V.
TypeConference paper
Year2001
ConferenceConference of International Entrepreneurship, University of Central England and Frederico II University
Publication dates
Published2001

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